Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day 2013
Food Revolution Day is May 17th. Now is the time to start planning what you’re going to do in your community. Now is the time to start telling your friends and family about Food Revolution Day 2013.
We have long admired Jamie Oliver’s insistence on real food replacing the junk that is currently being foisted upon the public. Thank you, Jamie for using your high profile to accomplish good things for good food.
We have produced this short video as a way to show our support and just maybe, excite some people enough to get involved with this year’s revolutionary events. This is truly a global undertaking, but it’s important to do something in your town.
The team at Food Revolution Day has put together an informative and entertaining website that has everything you need to know about being a part of this worthwhile effort.
Thanks to Jamie and his cohorts for putting such effort and thought into this awesome, worldwide event.
This great quote is from the Food Revolution site and says it all:
Food Revolution Day on May 17th is a global day of action for people to make a stand for good food and essential cooking skills. It’s a chance for people to come together within their homes, schools, workplaces and communities to cook and share their kitchen skills, food knowledge and resources. Food Revolution Day aims to raise awareness about the importance of good food and better food education for everyone by focusing on three simple actions – cook it, share it, live it. The first Food Revolution Day took place on May 19th, 2012 with more than 1,000 events in 664 cities across 62 countries.
Video Production: HandPicked Nation
Will you please share the Food Revolution Day 2013 message and video for us?
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